Webinar: How Mediation Works

20th October 2017

12:00 UK time

‘How Mediation Works’ really lifts the lid on mediation.

Based on the pioneering work of our founder and CEO, Dr. Mike Talbot, we’ll be looking at the anatomy and psychology of conflict: how we get into disputes, how we get stuck there, and what we need from an impartial third party in order to resolve a range of conflicts.

Dr Talbot will be presenting the webinar, drawing on his own experience and research into conflict:

“We struggle to negotiate our way through conflict because we’re so angry, put out, hurt, or impatient that we find it hard not to let emotion get in the way of reason. Communication breaks down, and we get so wrapped up in an interpersonal struggle that we can scarcely remember how the argument got started in the first place. My approach is to understand these conflict processes in great detail, so that we can start to resolve all sorts of disputes much more effectively.

I’m looking forward to revisiting this topic for this webinar. I think it will be of interest to anyone currently working in the field of conflict resolution or considering training to become a mediator.”

Complete the form below to register your place for the webinar. 

 

At a glance

  • Free 45-minute webinar
  • Presentation followed by Q&A
  • Booking required (see below)
  • Who should attend?
    Anyone with an interest in mediation and how it can be used to resolve interpersonal conflict. While we'll be covering some psychological topics, there will be no 'blinding you with science' and the webinar will be accessible to a general audience.

Watch the last webinar

To give you an idea of what to expect on the webinar, here's a recording of the previous one we ran on the subject of 'Becoming a Workplace Mediator'.

Register for this webinar

To book your place on this free 'How Mediation Works' webinar, just complete the form below. We'll send you a confirmation email, then, on the morning of the webinar, we'll send you the link to the webinar, so you'll have time to check everything's working ahead of the webinar starting at 12pm.

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Who are UK Mediation?

Founded in 1999 by Dr Mike Talbot, UK Mediation have come to be recognised as the pioneering thought leader in mediation and mediation training.

Based in the United Kingdom and operating all over the world, UK Mediation uses only the most experienced mediators and adult educators: resolving disputes for people or training them how to do it for themselves.

We are mediation specialists. We understand how and why mediation works, we are experts in training and qualifying mediators, and we are passionate about what we do.

We know that a lot of mediators are throwing accreditations round like they are going out of fashion, so we will make it simple. We have all of the accreditations you would expect as well as Ofqual and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Not to mention we are the only mediation company to carry the Investors in People and ISO9001 awards.

Meet Dr Mike

Find out more about our founder, his background in psychotherapy, mediation experience, interests and activities as CEO of UK Mediation.

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"I can't believe how much valuable insight and information I picked up from this webinar! Clear, concise and informative."

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